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I have a 2004 that did not come with the lighting I would need to ride it on the roads here in the USA does any one know if and were I can get it or would it be best to get a baja kit for it Thanks Chris

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Ebay would be a good bet. I just bought a caliper from the USA on ebay.


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I will be needing blinkers switches and all the parts to make it all run and I am not sure if the bike is wired for it all or if that will have to be added

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U can buy complete kits on eBay or from your local shop( maybe more expensive) but I'm sure if u had a chat to them they could put a package together for u.

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This is what it says in the FAQ at http://www.ttr250.com

I have a recollection odf someone posting up pics of the whole process but can't recall where - sorry!

My guess is that the wiring loom will accomodate the flasher unit etc.

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TTR250 - Street Legal in California? (Courtesy of Tommy Vee)
I recently legalized my TTR in California. Baja designs would be glad to sell you a complete kit to convert your bike but I just ordered the parts that I needed since the head and tail lights are dual filament bulbs (high beam and brake lights) and the bike already has an adequate battery and charging system. You can purchase the turn signals from a local bike shop such as Cycle Gear. Baja Designs supplied the turn signal/ headlight switch (p/n 12-9005), the turn signal flasher, and the horn. I made up my own wiring harnesses but if you are not able to set up your own, I'm sure that Baja designs would be able to supply the wiring kit also. Be sure to ask Baja for the turn signal wiring diagram for their switch. For the brake lights, I bought a hydraulic brake light switch from the local bike shop. The switch replaces the Banjo bolt on the rear hydraulic master cylinder. Once you have all of the lights brakes and turn signals and horn set up, check around with the local repair shops as the bike shops will do the brake and light inspection not the CHP. Call your local CHP office and get a copy of form CHP 888 as the DMV will ask you if you have read the form and you must certify that your bike complies with the requirements. Buy some insurance and rip that green sticker off so you can turn it in at DMV. Call the brake and light station and find out what they will check for. Remember to install a high beam indicator light. I bought a 12-volt mini lamp (blue) from Radio Shack and tie wrapped it to the front brake line guide ring next to the trip meter. Baja was very helpful you can get their 800 number from their website and call their technical services dept. If you are pretty good with wiring it should be a piece of cake. Good luck. TV



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Thanks I will check on it

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